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Prepare, Plan, Perform: A New Framework for the Arts

Paul Fadden
29 October 2020
Prepare, Plan, Perform: A New Framework for the Arts

The next six months for your organisation’s recovery are crucial.

A report commissioned by Arts Council England is projecting that the industry will make a full recovery by 2022. The Culture Recovery Fund has offered many organisations more security until March 2021. From now, until then, have you planned your organisation’s journey?

On Tuesday, 17th November at 2pm, join our team as we share a new framework looking at recovery for the arts, culture, and heritage sector. Whether your organisation is currently mothballing, shifting to a digital focus, or reopening under social distancing guidelines, planning is one of the most important considerations to ensure sustainability and accessibility for your organisation — and it needs to be a team effort with a team-focused approach.

With plenty of talk about the ‘new normal’, it’s time to talk about what success will or won’t look like in six months time.

Getting started with OKRs

Setting relevant targets and empowering your team

Whether your main focus for the next six months is building or rebuilding loyalty, identifying digital fundraising opportunities, or controlling mass rescheduling of events, setting clear objectives with measurable results will ensure that your team begins to rebuild and grow your offering.

With many uncertainties and unknowns, planning at the moment can feel overwhelming. On Tuesday, 17th November, we’ll show you how you can push your organisation’s individual objectives to plan a clear roadmap for the next six months and most importantly, to track progress and measure results. We’re taking a simple framework and tailoring it for theatres, museums, galleries, and arts organisations so that you can reach your potential and deliver your mission.

Join us Tuesday, 17th November at 2pm

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